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Pioneer Dr. Abiy Ahmed educated journalists about current Ethiopian issues at his office tonight. He also responded to questions raised by the writers.

Offering an explanation to deliver concerning manage of law, the Prime Minister said previously, the governing body had been taking stern and graceless measures encroaching upon human rights to ensure respect for the standard of law.

Anyway now, he expressed, it has been accepting measures according to the law.

The organization has passed on to value the people who are responsible for the loss of lives and property hurt caused in Burayu, Gedeo, Wollega, Somali and Benishangul Gumuze regional states, he said.

Responding to deliver with respect to conflicts rising in regards to arriving ownership, the Prime Minister said:" this would discover an answer according to the Constitution."

He further said the governing body would fix measures to control the unlawful improvement of firearms.

Right when gotten some data about the best in class fourth people and hotel enlistment, the Prime Minister said the decision to concede the measurements were made reliant on the proposition of pros.

He further said board tries are in advancement in a joint exertion with neighborhood seniors and religious pioneers to reestablish ousted organize people.

The Prime Minister also said a huge amount of political increments were made in the midst of the earlier year.

Distinctive countries, including neighboring countries, offered assistance to the change exercises financially and by sending experts.

The change will be sensible if it is maintained by Ethiopians, he expressed, further moving toward media to discharge their obligations in making a phase that strengthens the solidarity of the overall public.

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